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Health & Wellness FESTIVAL

Health & Wellness FESTIVAL
Tomorrow, October 12, 2019 | 9 AM – 9 PM

Hosted by DJ Griot * Halftime DJ Paz
12220 Griffin Boulevard, North Miami, FL 33161

Free Massages – Food Distribution – Kids Corner
-Citizenship Drive – Vision Screening for kids and adults – HIV and STD’s Screening – Dental Cleaning for kids and adults – Screening Mammograms – Chronic disease Management education – Behavior health screening – Prescription insurance application enrollment

Med Week 2019 – October 11-12, 2019

Florida’s 37th Annual “MED WEEK 2019”
Business Matchmaker Conference & 50th Anniversary
Awards Gala, honoring 50 of the Most Powerful MBEs

La Gran Fiesta (Una Noche Tropical), Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019

2019 Hispanic Heritage Month
Join the celebration on Saturday, October 19, 2019
from 7:00 PM – 10:30 PM in Downtown NoMi, MOCA Plaza
770 NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL 33161
Hosted by: Enrique Santos from TU94.9

“Breakfast & Learn” with HACCOF: Marketing Plans 101: Marketing Plans, Social Media, Networking & Measuring Results.

The Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida presents:
“Breakfast & Learn” with HACCOF
This month we will dive into Marketing Plans 101:
Marketing Plans, Social Media, Networking & Measuring Results.
Find out how to put together a marketing plan. How to create your company social media plan. How to come up with a goal for your marketing plan & how to measure the results.

The Haitian Diaspora Investment Opportunities Seminar Series

The Haitian Diaspora Investment Opportunities Seminar Series is an initiative sponsored by USAID’s Haiti INVEST program. Haiti INVEST seeks to partner with members of the Haitian diaspora and other private sector investors and advisors to promote economic growth in Haiti.
The Seminar Series will bring together stakeholders who want to promote the growth of Haiti’s private sector. Each seminar will typically include representatives from the Haitian government, American and Canadian investors and members of the Haitian diaspora, as well as transaction advisors (bankers, lawyers, etc.) with experience in emerging markets including the Caribbean, South America and Haiti. Each seminar will also include information about programs which promote Haitian housing investment and innovative diaspora bond investing.
The seminars will take place as follows – targeting the largest Haitian communities in North America:

Each seminar will address the following questions, among others:
  • What are current investment opportunities available in Haiti?
  • How can investors work together to take advantage of these opportunities?
  • What are the risks involved in international investing and more specifically Haiti?
  • What are the specific programs and tools available to counter/manage such risks?
Attendance is free but space is limited. Please submit your registration request using the links below. Event registration will close three days before each seminar. You will receive a notification once your registration request is confirmed.
For investors / transaction advisors / others, please visit:
If you are representing a business seeking capital, please visit:
If you have any questions, please message:
We look forward to seeing you at one of the seminars.

Press Release: The Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida Announces New Board Member: Carl Momplaisir

PRESS RELEASE / For Immediate Release

Contact: Patrick Martin, Esq.
  Phone: 305-733-9066
Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida
Announces New Board Member: Carl Momplaisir
Miami, Florida                                                                                                                September  13, 2019

The Haitian-American Chamber Commerce of Florida is proud and honored to welcome Carl Momplaisir as their newest Board Member.

Carl Momplaisir is a respected team leader, hands-on senior executive and Telecom professional with over 26 years of experience in commercial and operational success. He’s worked with several Senior Telecom Management team across the US and the Caribbean . He also worked directly with business owners in the region helping them reshape their organization, built strong alliances with the media outlets across the region and corporate communications departments. This has led to an excellent track-record in growing revenue and market share in mature and developing markets. By Conceptualizing and orchestrating efficient sales and marketing campaigns, he has proven to reinforce and build brand images and development strategies.
Through wireless products distribution and small business dealer positions for strong international companies like AT&T, Sprint and Nextel, he’s established relationships with large and small companies across the telecommunications industry. Carl Momplaisir has proven to be able to handle overall emergency corporation restructuring and sales development strategies. He has worked in both CMO and GM capacities while charged with crisis management responsibilities.
Carl has a proven track record in helping clients make well-informed pre-entry risk decisions by sharing his knowledge of how threats can manifest themselves and impact investment plans. His knowledge of revenue management through effective distribution network optimization is also in high demand. Resourcefulness, awareness and recognition of local motivations and abilities are skills Carl has applied to many international appointments. As a result-oriented person, he has brought success in New England to some of the most troubled operations throughout the Hispanic market. His ability to write and speak English, Spanish, French and Haitian Creole has helped build and maintain relationships with business owners of different backgrounds. Carl went to UMass Lowell where he studied Business Management. Carl is currently the General Manager of Southern Bahamas at Aliv where he is responsible of Managing all sales, Distribution network set up, marketing and operations in these territories. Previously Carl served as the General Manager of Digicel Business in Port au Prince Haiti. While in Haiti, Carl was elected as chairman of the Diaspora Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce where he serves as board Member for four Consecutive years. During his tenure Carl was instrumental in bridging the gap between Amcham and the various Diaspora Chambers of Commerce. Before Haiti, Carl worked with Nextel, Sprint, AT&T over the span of 15 years where he was known as one of the most respected senior executives in the region. Carl currently serves as Vice Chair of the HACCOF Foundation.
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The Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida was established in 2005. Its mission is to serve as an advocate for its communities as well as a resource for consumers and businesses dedicated to serving both the needs of its members and the economic development needs of the broader Haitian American Community. The Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce also promotes investment and trade with the Haitian private and public sectors.